Adult Only Treatment Facilities
Adolescent Only Treatment Facilities
Brain SPECT Scanning
Co-Ed Treatment Facilities
Fitness and Nutrition
Men Only Treatment Facilities
Prescription Drug Rehabilitation
Vocational and Life Skills
Women Only Treatment Facilities
Minimum stay of 30 days, with opportunities to extend to 90 days based on your needs.
There are even a few that go beyond 90 days for those that need more intensive rehabilitation.
Some accept private pay and insurance.
While most advocate for insurance coverage, they cannot guarantee approval of payment by your insurer.
Generally, payment is required prior to admission.
Some will courtesy-bill the your insurance company, and any insurance reimbursement will go directly to the insured individual.
A Few Recommended Questions
Are you a 12-Step Program?
Are you a for-profit or a non-profit?
Are you able to give me references?
Are you licensed and accredited?
Can you assist of an intervention is needed?
Do you accept those on medication?
Do you have a Level or Phase System?
Do you offer a free, personal and private consultation?
For adolescents – is accredited education provided?
How large is your facility?
How long has your facility been open?
How long is the program?
May I visit before making a decision?
Once I submit an application, when can someone enter the program?
What communication takes place between the in-patient client and their family?
What is the admissions process?
What is your staff to client ratio?
When does treatment start?
Where are you located and do you have multiple locations?
Who is included on your staff that is licensed?
Some programs are nationally recognized for their ongoing research on how to further improve the effectiveness and overall benefits of treatment for substance abuse disorder. This may include evaluations of new strategies to improve the delivery of service to people, increase the motivation of people to participate in treatment, and improve the care of people with substance abuse disorder complicated by other psychiatric disorders or chronic pain problems.